We are currently recruiting for:


Young Storyhouse Officer (Facilitation) Maternity Cover

We are looking for a Young Storyhouse Officer to join us on a fixed term 12 month contract. You will deliver sessions to young people aged 14-25, developing their employability skills, building their self-esteem and helping them to discover their passion.

Download the job pack here.

To apply click here. Alternatively you can submit a video or audio application to hr.team@storyhouse.com

We are holding a drop in session to talk to us more about this role on Monday 28 November at 3pm, find out more here.

Closing date: 7 December 2022

Interviews: w/c 12 December 2022


Casual/Freelance Theatre Technicians

We have exciting opportunities for  Theatre Technicians to join our Technical Team, working on a casual or freelance basis, providing technical support and crewing during get-ins, fit-ups and get-outs.

To apply click here. Alternatively you can submit a video or audio application to hr.team@storyhouse.com

This job currently has no closing date – recruitment is ongoing



For volunteering opportunities click here.


About Storyhouse

Storyhouse is one of the UK’s foremost cultural charities, its home in Chester incorporates a library, theatres and a cinema.

It is one of the country’s most successful arts buildings, with more than one million customer visits each year. The pioneering new library within Storyhouse, where members of the community work alongside city librarians, boasts the longest opening hours of any UK public library and is open every day until 11pm. It runs over 2,000 sessions a year for marginalised communities. It is also an acclaimed theatre producer and runs the country’s most successful regional open-air theatre, in the city’s Grosvenor Park and Moonlight Flicks open air cinema and Drive-In. Storyhouse currently holds the official title as the UK’s Most Welcoming Theatre and was the overall national winner in the 2018 Guardian Public Service Awards.

Diversity Statement

This house is your house.

Across everything we do, we work to give people the power to build their own creative communities, through inspiring stories and shared creative experiences: this house is your house.

As we blend theatre, library, restaurant and cinema services, we share inspiring stories and stage creative events which empower people to nurture their creativity and connect communities. We create belonging. Through our work, we hope to build a more connected, inclusive, creative community of communities.

The more open we are to the true and rich diversity of our communities, the more vividly we will fulfil our purpose. More engagement by more of our communities will make more of Storyhouse.

We are committed to creating a team which is representative of our communities and to bringing together those with a variety of skills and experiences to help shape what we do and how we work.